These intrepid six-year-old explorers successfully trekked up and down Mount Snowdon to raise cash for charity.
The six young mountaineers Isaac Chew, Calum Halliday, Esme McGill, Olivia Meunier, Dylan Poole and Evie Wynne reached the 3,560ft summit in a bid to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
They all tackled the difficult climb with their parents.
The group have been close friends for around seven years after they met through National Childbirth Trust pre-natal classes in August 2002.
The inspiration for their climb came after one of the children’s fathers was diagnosed earlier this year with metastatic colon cancer.
Full-time mum Marie Meunier, 33, of Bournville, who climbed up with her daughter Olivia, said: “We didn’t do too much training as we didn’t want to put the kids off. But in preparation for the climb they took the children to Clent Hills for walks and bike rides.”
The challenge took them an impressive two hours and 40 minutes to reach the summit and another two-and-a-half to reach the bottom again.
Marie added: “We didn’t encounter any problems, the weather was good and the kids were excited. They raced ahead and all the parents followed.”
The group has already managed to exceed their target of £3,000 and are hoping they might even hit the £4,000 mark.
You can still make donations atwww.justgiving.com/snowdonsuper6s.